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Hi Rafael, comment what is the problem, no action, do not change, you have tried with another foot switch
I suggest you clean the connection jack of the foot switch, applying a small amount of clean contacts, check that the cable is not cut
Test, being connected, press the cable, on the output of the plug connector, to see if it will work, if so, you have the cable cut to the outlet of the plug, simply replace it and test
I hope you serve my comments and you can solve the problem
Greetings Franco Dosil

Hola Rafael, comenta cual es el problema, no accion, no cambia, has provado con otro interruptor de pie
te sugiero que limpies el jack de conexion del interruptor de pie, aplicando una peque?a cantidad de limpia contactos, controla que el cable no se encuentre cortado
Prueba, estando conectado, presionar el cable , en la salida del conector plug, a ver si llega a funcionar, de ser que si, tienes el cable cortado a la salida del plug, simplemente reemplazalo y prueba
Espero te sirvan mis comentarios y puedas resolver el problema
Saludos Franco Dosil

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Yamaha Dtxpress... | Answered on May 15, 2019


Becketts Music Ltd Apr 26, 2019
If this is a physical banging noise (metal on plastic or plastic on plastic) it is highly likely the felt damper strips have come away from the frame. Talk to your supplying dealer if under 6 months old it is under warranty.

Yamaha Music | Answered on May 14, 2019



Becketts Music Ltd Apr 26, 2019
So if you can see something on the screen there is power. Try turning off, hold down the highest note whilst turning on, this will factory reset.
If this doesn't work assuming the volume is turned up then it is likely to be a problem with either the amplifier or the headphone socket. Ensure there is nothing stuck in the headphone socket, if there is it can cut off the speakers. If this is clear try plugging in headphones, if it works through headphones either the speakers are disconnected (unlikely unless you have opened the keyboard up) or the amplifier section has failed.

Yamaha PSR-E333... | Answered on May 14, 2019


Becketts Music Ltd May 08, 2019
So if you can see a red light there is power. Try turning off, hold down the highest note whilst turning on, this will factory reset.

If this doesn't work assuming the volume is turned up then it is likely to be a problem with either the amplifier or the headphone socket.
Ensure there is nothing stuck in the headphone socket, if there is it can cut off the speakers. If this is clear try plugging in headphones, if it works through headphones either the speakers are disconnected (unlikely unless you have opened the keyboard up) or the amplifier section has failed.

Yamaha YDP223... | Answered on May 08, 2019


new or used,?
its not a computers it is a kids toy piano/organ keyboard
a crude musical instrument.
take it back to the store, try a 2nd one.
it's no good.

sound dead
sound weak
sound distorted
the knob has no effect at all on level of sound "volume"
or what?

"to work"means not much sorry....

did you read the manual first? have one? get one,.
we are in USA, I seem this thing sold in UK not here.

Yamaha Full-Size... | Answered on Apr 26, 2019


Does it ever turn off?
The PSRE313 uses a rubber on/off switch with a carbon dot on the underside that does wear out. If all is working well I would suggest replacing this rubber switch part number WD893400

Yamaha Music | Answered on Apr 23, 2019


maybe this will help ...... I have a Korg M1 ..... it has a small button battery for maintaining memory and sounds .... mine lasted about 10 years ...... I looked up in Google how to change the battery .... I looked up in my M1 instructions how to reload the sounds .... I had lost all my synth sounds except the basic piano ...... I changed the battery and reloaded the sounds from a backup card I had bought years ago .... M1 works perfectly now .... you probably lost any saved songs .... contact Yamaha how to change the battery and reload the original songs .... any saved songs are gone .... next time, back them up ... good luck

Yamaha Music | Answered on Apr 17, 2019


Yes, an aux jack is looking for a powered input. An electric guitar is just a passive input, like a microphone.

If you're interested, a solution and a great upgrade would be to get a wireless guitar input (battery powered). The wireless receiver would likely have an RCA output that would work with your receiver. Solves your preamp problem and you have a wireless guitar.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Mar 31, 2019


We live in the 21st century, just google it.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Mar 15, 2019


check this out - a pdf schematic manual for P200

http://www.gamato.ws/ja/yamaha/P200/yamaha_p-200.pdf

Yamaha Music | Answered on Mar 12, 2019


Try a master reset to start with.
Turn keyboard off
Turn on whilst holding down highest note on keyboard
Once screen display has complete release key

This will reset to factory settings.
If this doesn't work report back and we can maybe try other solutions.

Dan
Becketts Music Ltd

Yamaha Music | Answered on Mar 11, 2019


This might sound obvious but first of all I would try an older smaller flashdrive. Some large versions are not supported by certain keyboard. Try a simple midi file or similar with a smaller drive, if that works then it could either a procedural error in the way you are completing the task or that the larger drive is not supported.
Did the drive in question previously work?
What size drive are you using?
What are you trying to do? Save work, update software?

Good luck
Becketts Music Ltd

Yamaha Music | Answered on Mar 11, 2019

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